why do you hurt me so

i was able to hack the 1st 3 episodes of the 5th season. i wont spoil anything, after the 1st episode, im hurting. it was so sad. i wanted to eat a pint of ice cream. T_T.
i love what house's shirt says "hope is for sissies". i am one of them sissies. hehehe.

take a bite

Thanks to a Japanese scientist's invention of synthetic blood, vampires have progressed from legendary monsters to fellow citizens overnight. And while humans have been safely removed from the menu, many remain apprehensive about these creatures "coming out of the coffin." Religious leaders and government officials around the world have chosen their sides, but in the small Louisiana town of Bon Temps, the jury is still out.
Local waitress Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin), however, knows how it feels to be an outcast. "Cursed" with the ability to listen in on people's thoughts, she's also open-minded about the integration of vampires — particularly when it comes to Bill Compton (Stephen Moyer), a handsome 173-year-old living up the road. But as Sookie is drawn into a series of mysteries surrounding Bill's arrival in Bon Temps, that tolerance will be put to the test.
A sexy, scary new drama from 'Six Feet Under' creator Alan Ball, 'True Blood' delves into the meticulously-crafted world of novelist Charlaine Harris. Described by the Emmy®-winning Ball as "popcorn for smart people" and featuring a colorful cast of local misfits, 'True Blood' promises an intense ride.
ohh. i want.
bring on the blood.
i think i'd take this rather than twilight. sorry. high school vampires dont appeal to me much, since i grew up reading anne rice.

everybody lies

i just love house. i cant wait to watch season 5. hee. guilty pleasure talaga.

sabi nga "I don't like working very much. I'm the most unambitious person ever. I'm so happy; I have nothing to prove." Loving House is given; loving Wilson is human.


Guy Ritchie, Kelly Reilly, Robert Downey Jr, Rachel McAdams and Mark Strong launching the new Sherlock Holmes film. Photograph: Linda Nylind

It will not be the Sherlock Holmes on film many remember - the suave Basil Rathbone to the bumbling Nigel Bruce - but a new big budget action movie will be faithful to Arthur Conan Doyle's original stories, its director Guy Ritchie said yesterday.
Shooting is about to begin in London on the Warner Bros movie with Robert Downey Jr taking the lead alongside Jude Law, now confirmed as Dr Watson. Kelly Reilly will play Watson's love interest, Mary, Rachel McAdams has signed on to play the traditional object of Holmes' affections, Irene Adler, while Mark Strong is Blackwood, the "unremittingly evil" baddie.
Yesterday those involved gathered in London's Freemason's Hall - where scenes will also be shot - to talk about the movie, one of two rival planned productions. The other will be a comedy with Sacha Baron Cohen and Will Ferrell. Ritchie's film, to be released in 2010, will be based on an original comic book currently being penned by Sherlock Holmes producer Lionel Wigram.
Ritchie said he was a huge fan of the stories. "I really knew Sherlock Holmes from tape - I wasn't a very good reader - and what I had imagined in my mind was not exactly what I'd seen previously on film."
He added: "We're trying to be as authentic as we can to the original Sherlock Holmes. We've tried to include a bit more Conan Doyle in it."
Ritchie, who has had the most success with cockney gangster movies (Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and RocknRolla) said the new movie, his biggest to date, would not be "a traditional Guy Ritchie thing."
Downey Jnr said his received pronunciation was just fine and that he would be drawing on his experiences filming Chaplin, for which he was nominated for an Oscar, to create a believably British character. His Holmes, he said, would focus less on the repressed English side of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's character, and more on his status as "a bohemian" and "a patriot". He went on to admit the character was "just such a weirdo." He added: "as a matter of fact Mrs Downey said that if you read the description of the guy - quirky and nuts - it could be a description of me on some days."
He also said the film was a fresh take on Holmes which was "kind of returning to a little bit more of what the stories always had in them and the scale of them and the canvas is so huge I just don't think they've ever had the budget to fully tell the story in a really big, fun way."
The actor, now a proper action movie lead after the success of Iron Man, joked that he was "clearly going to do it better" than anyone before him. He said he was not that familiar with Sherlock Holmes before accepting the part. "The more I read about him, the more overwhelmed I was by the weight of it and the amount of people who will be watching to see if it's gotten right."
There will be plenty of fighting (Holmes was adept at bare knuckle boxing and an unusual form of jujitsu) and the film will explore the "co-dependency" and genuine love between Holmes and Watson. The only reticence yesterday was over what Holmes will wear - the deerstalker is out but lips are sealed about what is in.



whoo. something to look forward to. =) ill be done with the sherlock holmes vol 1. soon. robert downey is hott.

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